Review: Going Rogue by Chantal Fernando
How did I miss reviewing this book? When it comes to motorcycle clubs themes, I'm a little mixed. Because for the most part, the realistic life of a being in an MC as a female is totally not my ball of wax. I usually end up hating the story because I cannot get over how the women are treated and more specifically what kind of woman is attracted to the MC in these books. There are only a handful of writers who romanticize the MC enough through a rosy coloured glasses that makes it palpable for me to read. Ms. Fernando is definitely one of those.
I enjoy her books because the characters are serious yet blended with a good sense of fun. There is still enough of the MC culture so it is clear that this is a patriarchal society and there is no change it. This is how it is and this is how they like it. In this Cursed Raven series, it features a nurse, Zoe who isn't into this world and she falls into it by accident. The interactions between "Rogue" and Zoe are pretty funny since they are speaking the same language but completely having different conversations. I enjoyed the bad boy theme with the heart of gold. Zoe is no doormat either. She is a helper - hence her job as a nurse.
This romance is a quick read and great ride. Definitely a page turner for me and I devoured it in one sitting. I like the brotherhood shown in this series and I look forward to reading more books in this series. One thing to note, Ms. Fernando has one of the best cover artist. I generally do not pay attention to book covers, but hers always catch my attention. I love it. This romance is recommended to MC lovers who want an alpha male with a sensitive side.
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